Agency For International Development (AID)

The Agency for International Development was created in 1961 by John F. Kennedy. AID offers a variety of loan and financing guarantee programs for projects in developing countries that have a substantial developmental impact, or for the exportation of manufactured goods to AID-assisted developing countries. Some investment opportunities are region specific, which include the Association of Southeast Asian National, the Philippines, and Africa. For more information, contact the Office of Investment, Agency for International Development, 515 22nd St. NW, Room 301, Washington, DC 20523-0231; 703-875-1551; {}.

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